A few weeks ago, I had the awesome privilege of popping up into the Dales to shoot the super-cool wedding of Emma & Chris.
The entire day was held at the beautiful Yorebridge House Boutique Hotel.
The day started with some nice, chilled out Bridal prep, complete with plenty of sarky comments and proper Yorkshire etiquette of Prosecco out of teacups! Goes without saying that we had a good laugh.
Chris was in a room more or less next door, so it was cool to be able to pop round and get some Groom prep too.
We had a videographer on the day too, the very quiet and professional Simon from Wedding Films by Simon Manning, so we spent the prep time leapfrogging each other to keep it flowing
Before we knew it, it was time for the main event!
Chris and the rest of the guests were waiting patiently, with the gentle guitar tunes from Steven Heath Music filling the room.
Chris looked like the cat that got the cream as Emma made her way down the aisle, looking beautiful in her awesome tea length wedding dress.
The vows were soon said, kisses were soon kissed and smiles were everywhere!
We made our way out into the sunshine and pretty soon everyone was stood alongside the collection of hawks and owls from the North Yorkshire Moors Birds of Prey.
We snapped a few photos and then made our way down to the river for everyone to get their wellies on and have a bit of fun. Everyone was pretty worried about falling in, but we hid it well!
After that it was back to the house for food and speeches before I dragged the happy couple out once again for some more photos as the sun was setting. We even got a little visit from the horses over the road that wanted to get in on the action!
Time flew on, cake cutting time was here, and pretty soon Emma and Chris wowed all the guests with their awesome first dance that they'd been practising.
The practise had paid off - it was ace!
Thanks for having me guys - your day was awesome!
Here are a few snaps from their day.
Thought I'd start this little blog to let people know what we get up to. Some personal stuff thrown in the mix too.